Contractors Can Advance Their Recruiting Efforts with Zoe, an AI-Powered Talent Search

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Recruiters in the Construction Industry Take Their Talent Acquisition Strategy to the Next Level May 26, 2022 – Pivot Workforce As we wrap up the month of May, many contractors still feel stuck celebrating Groundhog Day. The constant loop of being ghosted by candidates, offers that turn into dropouts, counter offers and then no shows. Sourcing and…

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What’s Under the Hardhat? How Contractors Can Create a Strong Mental Workforce 

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The month of May is dedicated to one of the construction industry’s most pressing issues, mental health. It’s how you feel, think, act, and perceive the world. Strong mental health leads to increased productivity, more self-confidence, and an overall happier life. Creating a company culture that incorporates healthy habits into your everyday routine is necessary…

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Recruiting Contech Candidates: The Dos and Don’ts

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Construction technology allows companies to build fast, smarter, reduce waste and increase productivity. As technology evolves, so does your workforce. The quality of your work is only as good as the team behind it. When you are hiring for con-tech roles, what are the dos and don’ts in recruiting the best candidates? Do Plan: Like…

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7 Mission Critical Employee Retention Strategies for Construction Companies

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How Can You Retain Your Most Talented Employees in 2022? Employee retention strategies are likely to be a critical concern for many construction companies in 2022. Why? There are three primary reasons for this: The construction industry is expected to be ‘very busy’ in 2022. The industry is still suffering from a skills shortage (Associated…

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How to Pivot Into New Careers in Construction

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Tips to Make a Successful Career Transition in 2022 Is 2022 the year you should pivot your skills and experience into a career in construction? The industry looks set to boom, and there is a skills shortage in construction that companies are desperate to fill. Not only could switching careers into the construction industry make…

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Overtime Is Not How to Earn More in Construction Jobs

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Extra Bucks Don’t Have to Cost You So Much Construction jobs can be well paid, and with your skills in demand and the industry expanding, you’ll likely be offered overtime. But is it necessarily the best way to increase your earnings? It makes sense to, right? Construction workers are hardworking people. Living costs are rising…

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How to Get a Cybersecurity Job in Construction and Get More from It

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Cybersecurity – The New Hot Job in Construction Companies Cybersecurity jobs are the new hot role in the construction industry. The rise of IoT and AI has led to a need for more skilled information security professionals to protect companies from cyber threats around them. The construction industry is relatively new to cybersecurity. But with…

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Top 5 Tech Trends Affecting Safety in Construction Today

The Shifting Landscape of Construction Safety Can we improve safety in construction industries? The construction industry is one of the most dangerous industries in the world. In the United States one-in-five deaths among workers occur in construction, despite only one-in-20 people working in the industry. In 2019, 9.7 of every 100,000 construction workers suffered a…

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You Want Lucrative Construction Jobs? It’s Time to Build Your Technology Skills

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The Skills Shift in Construction Is Powered by Technology If you’re in search for construction jobs that pay particularly well, there’s a newly emerging skill you need to develop. Technology. Yes, technology. If you thought tech only had a place in offices, far, far away from a construction site, you’re behind the times. The impact…

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Suicide Prevention Month – What Is Your Construction Business Doing?

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It’s Time to Start Talking About Suicide Suicide Prevention Month should be a big topic for your construction business this September. What are you doing about it? The construction industry has the second-highest rate of suicide, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) – affecting an alarming 53.3 workers per 100,000.…

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